Tiffany introduces a new engagement ring: change diamond cut and platinum or gold band design ♦
When the most requested jewelry brand for engagement rings introduces something new it is an event. And it is precisely the definition for Tiffany’s new engagement rings. The American Maison renews its proposals after ten years and introduces a new type: Tiffany True. It’s the second line designed by Reed Krakoff, who succeeded Francesca Amfitheatrof as project manager in February 2017. It is called True because the intention is to show the true beauty of a diamond thanks to a particular cut and the new setting of the stone. The metal band is designed to better filter the light and accentuate the reflections of the diamond.
Seen in profile, the ring also shows a T that blocks the diamond and allows you to limit the prongs that stop the stone to four.
Obviously the T refers to Tiffany, but also to True. The ring is offered with a platinum band with a colorless True-cut diamond, or in 18 carat yellow gold with a yellow cushion cut diamond. With this design the diamond is also lower, that is closer to the finger than the classic model. To be added that also gold and diamond are ethically certified, as is required now and that the stones are of the best quality. You like it? You have to be patient: the Tiffany True rings will arrive in stores in the fall in North America and in the world in 2019. Giulia Netrese